In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.
  In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

In January 2013, this hilltop mansion in Chino Hills, CA was shut down for allegedly operating as a "Maternity Hotel," where Chinese citizens would stay for a few months and give birth on American soil, securing dual citizenship for their child. The 7bed/6bath house was found to be illegally subdivided into 17bed/17bath, resembling a hotel. News of this house has helped bring the "birth tourism" industry into the public's eye, creating a discussion on how to regulate this industry or ban the practice.

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